I thought it would be great to have breakfast with the characters my kids watched on tv - wrong! My 6 year old was in "this is baby stuff mode" and my 3 year old was scared to death of these bigger than life figures. We made the best of the situation and have funny scrapbook pages to reminisce.
I used mosaic moments grid paper to create a mosaic of the experience. It's a great way to merge many pictures into a perfect scene. When there were parts of pictures that were not flattering or were blurry I cut that part off. But you'd never notice what is missing even though there are clues. That's why I love these types of mosaic layouts. It allows you to keep what you love and weave them all together nicely.
I decided not to cut every picture into 1" square to highlight the most special memories. I also feel it allows the eye not to get overwhelmed.
Here's the second page of the layout. I was specific about limiting the pics I was going to scrapbook and often found the grid paper could hold more pics. That's where my creativity kicked in. I used scraps of paper from the pazzles pack to fill in the gaps in the layout and I cut a Queen and Company felt adhesive border cut in half to accent each page.
EK Success makes transparent stickers for Handy Manny. These were the perfect addition to this layout. I left plenty of space to journal about how the breakfast went and all the new friends we met.
My favorite was June with her huge head bobbling on her body. What's your favorite Playhouse Disney character? Stay tuned for more Disney Mosaic Moments layouts.
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